Yohanes Masengi is a Partner at GHP Law Firm with extensive experience in investment, infrastructure, power projects, ports, mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, employment and corporate restructuring.
He has represented prominent companies in a variety of proceedings and transactions, including merger and acquisitions, land acquisitions, project financing, healthcare and life sciences, and natural resources and energy. These include, among others, representing independent power producers in the development of various large-scale power projects in Indonesia, representing the employer in the settlement of labor disputes and mass terminations due to redundancy and closure, representing a state owned enterprise in the arbitration disputes, providing legal assistance in the renegotiation of concessions and contracts with state owned enterprises, providing legal assistance in the acquisition of land with an area of more than 85 hectares for infrastructure projects, providing legal assistance in various joint ventures and the establishment of companies in Indonesia, and advising on various matters related to their concession and business activities.
He was nominated as the finalist of 2018 Indonesian Young Lawyer of the Year and ranked as the Indonesian Rising Star Lawyer of 2019 and 2020 by the Asian Legal Business. He is recognized by the ILFR 1000 review that he is “Detailed, practical and flexible in offering solutions as the landscape changes. Responsive to client's needs and concerns. Direct, succinct and clear advice without compromising details.” He is also recognized by the Legal500 as the Next Generation Partner in the Projects and Energy with the review that “Yohanes Masengi also has significant experience in power projects and M&A.”
He is also a contributor of the Energy Projects for Practitioners (ISBN: 978-4-502-31861-0) published by Atsumi Sakai Law Office / Foreign Law Joint Project and contributor to The Commercial Laws of Indonesia Chapter in Digest of the Commercial Laws of the World, Thomson Reuters, from 2017 to 2021.
Industries: Consumer Goods / Energy and Resources / Logistics and Transportation / Media and Entertainment / Real Estate / Technology and E-Commerce / Construction / Infrastructure / Health and Life Science